Official Opposition Shadow Cabinet of the 40th Legislative Assembly of Ontario

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The Official Opposition Shadow Cabinet is the shadow cabinet of the main Opposition party, responsible for holding Ministers to account and for developing and disseminating the party's policy positions. In the 40th Legislative Assembly of Ontario, Canada the Official Opposition as of 2012 was formed by the Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario. The shadow cabinet was announced on October 25, 2011 by Tim Hudak, Leader of the Opposition.

Critic Portfolio Duration
Tim Hudak Leader of the Opposition 2009-
Christine Elliott Deputy Leader of the Opposition 2009-
Attorney General 2011-2012
Health 2012 -
Citizenship and Immigration 2011-
Jim Wilson House Leader 2011-
Ted Arnott Intergovernmental Affairs 2011-
Bob Bailey Community Safety and Correctional Services 2011–
Toby Barrett Community and Social Services 2011–
Ted Chudleigh Tourism and Culture 2011–
Steve Clark Municipal Affairs & Housing 2011-
Deputy Opposition House Leader 2012-
Garfield Dunlop Apprenticeship Reform 2011-
Vic Fedeli Energy 2011-
Ernie Hardeman Agriculture, Food & Rural Affairs 2008-
Michael Harris Environment 2011-
Randy Hillier Labour 2009-
Sylvia Jones Government Services 2011-2012
Attorney General 2012-
Deputy Opposition House Leader 2011-2012
Caucus Chair 2012-
Frank Klees Transportation 2009-
Infrastructure 2009-
Rob Leone Training, Colleges & Universities 2011-
Lisa MacLeod Education 2011-
Jim McDonell Consumer Services 2011-
Jane McKenna Children and Youth Services 2011-
Government Services 2012-
Monte McNaughton Economic Development & Innovation 2011-
Norm Miller Northern Development & Mines 2011-
Julia Munro Seniors & Retirement Security 2011-
John O'Toole Accountability 2011-
Jerry Ouellette Aboriginal Affairs 2011-
Laurie Scott Natural Resources 2011-
Women's Issues 2011-
Peter Shurman Finance 2011-2013
Francophone Affairs 2007-2013
Toronto Affairs 2011-2013
Todd Smith Small Business & Red Tape 2011-
John Yakabuski Community Safety 2011-
Chief Opposition Whip 2011-

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